Case Studies

From the world’s tallest buildings to its driest places, Xylem's brands provide solutions to keep the water flowing, while sustainably managing our most precious resource.

Filter Case Studies by Brand

1 2 3 5

Xylem Future-proofs Water Supply with First Ozone Treatment Plant in Vietnam

As part of the Vietnam Development Goals set in 2010, the government aims to provide 90 percent of the urban population with access to safe drinking water and at collecting and treating 100 percent of the urban wastewater by 2020. The Water Challenge In Ho Chi Minh City, roughly 12 million people depend on the

Read more »

Nam Binh Duong WWTP in Vietnam

End user: BIWASE Client: Saigon Water Infrastructure Corporation Order date: 2011 Completion: 2013 Xylem’s role:Process subcontractor     ICEAS SBR biological wastewater treatment plant and UV disinfection Xylem scope: Design, manufacture, delivery, installation and commissioning of the ICEAS SBR and the following associated equipment; 4 decanters with local control panels, fine bubble membrane diffusers, 5 SAS pumps

Read more »

A Smart Monitoring System for Singapore’s Drinking Water Network

Xylem is involved in one of the newest projects on the island. In partnership with a local water technology provider, Visenti, we are providing a system that will enable the Public Utility Board of Singapore (PUB) – the country’s national water agency – to better monitor its island-wide network of drinking water supply pipes.

Pumps Built to Stand the Test of Time

How often do we hear the term ‘built to last’?  Today, the term ‘built to last’ to some manufacturers simply means, lasting until the newest model comes to market. It goes without saying that many products nowadays are manufactured with planned obsolescence instead of being built for a lifetime of service. Such is not the

Read more »

Wastewater Treatment Plant saves energy with Bell & Gossett Booster package system

Thanks to an innovative tertiary treatment package from Xylem Inc., the city of Galesburg, Illinois, has been providing residents with a very innovative, green and economical solution to their wastewater needs since 2010. In 2008, the city was seeking an economical way to improve their wastewater treatment needs and reduce Total Suspended Solids (TSS) concentrations,

Read more »

Vogel Hits Gold In Western Australia

Australia’s gold mining industry began in 1851, significantly increasing the country’s population within a few years. As the world’s second largest producer of gold, and a major player in the extraction of iron ore, nickel, opal and zinc, mining remains one of Australia’s primary industries. Dewatering is an important part of the mining industry in

Read more »

Next Stop – Comfortable Ningbo Subway Stations

Ningbo Metro Plan 2015, Ningbo, China The city of Ningbo subway system, located in the China province of Zhejiang, is among the most convenient and fastest modes of transportation in the city. With a population of 7.6 million people, the city and surrounding municipality is one of the most developed areas in the province and

Read more »

Water Flowing Again With Western Hydro And Goulds Water Technology

Recently, the California community of Lamont was left high and dry without running water for more than a week. Now, water is once again flowing for residents, thanks to the help of Western Hydro Corp. and Xylem’s Goulds Water Technology. When the lone well that served 65 families ran dry in early March and left

Read more »

Xylem’s Energy-Efficient Technology Helps Top 100 Hospital Maintain Award-Winning Standards

Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, Pennsylvania, is a high-quality health care facility that provides services to over 2 million residents on a yearly basis. The medical center was recently named a Thompson Reuter’s Top 100 Hospital as well as a Magnet hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. A Magnet hospital designation identifies the top

Read more »

Xylem’s Standard Xchange Brand helping Make Cheap, Green Fuel a Reality

Standard Xchange heat exchangers are part of a cool new technology that turns waste products and cheap feedstock into homemade ethanol fuel for cars. The MicroFueler (left) lets homeowners and small businesses turn feedstock like cheap sugar into clean-burning ethanol fuel, using Standard Xchange heat exchangers (right). The MicroFueler from E-Fuel looks like a typical gas

Read more »

1 2 3 5